Ethiopia: Discussion About Ethiopian Government and OLF's Peace Deal

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Religious pioneers have approached the administration to take all the vital measures to ensure the control of law and stop the ongoing clashes in different parts of the nation.

Somewhere in the range of seven religious pioneers of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, Ethiopian Islamic Affairs Supreme Council, Ethiopian Catholic Church, Evangelical Churches Fellowship of Ethiopia, the Seventh Day Adventist Church, the Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus and Ethiopian Kalehiwot Church advised columnists today.

The religious pioneers said that in spite of the changes in progress in the nation, there are hazards in a few sections of the nation are a risk to peace, strength and the prosperity of residents

Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church Patriarch, Abune Mathias said loss of lives and harms of properties have happened in Jigjiga, Gedeo, Bale, and Tana Beles.

Abune Mathias said the ongoing savage acts in various parts of the nation repudiate the run of law. He unequivocally encouraged the legislature to find a way to stop the savagery.

Ethiopian Islamic Affairs Supreme Council President, Mufti Hajji Omar Idris called upon the administration to make a move to stop the savagery in various parts of the nation.

"Ethiopia is a nation that has set case for tranquil concurrence, resistance and common regard among its people groups," Mufti Hajji Omar stated, including that "the nation ought to never be undermined with troublesome inclinations based on religion and ethnic contrasts."

At long last, the religious pioneers communicated their availability to remain close by the administration to help the restoration of the dislodged individuals.

They likewise encouraged the general population to stay joined in adoration and quiet concurrence

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